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  • Haywire: A Novel of Suspense
    Doug demands and takes his payment, but in Miami he and Karen are held by DEA agents and separated from their son.
    11/03/1997
  • DANGEROUS COMPANY: Dark Tales from Tinseltown
    In the longest entry, "The Ghostwriter," a young female William Morris agent learns that the new screenplay by her up-and-coming writer was in fact penned by his arrogant father, who plans to use the son as his face for youth-obsessed Hollywood; the agent decides to endorse
    09/29/2003
  • The Words I Never Wrote
    Agent: Caradoc King, United Agents.
    10/07/2019
  • THE WAKE-UP
    Agent, Mary Evans.
    07/12/2004
  • THE LIONS OF LUCERNE
    Agent, Heide Lange of Sanford J.
    11/26/2001
  • NO PLACE LIKE HOME
    Agent, Sam Pinkus.
    03/28/2005
  • Hot Deals
    ICM's Esther Newberg was the agent....
    09/27/1999
  • PW: Hot Deals
    The agent retained movie and audio rights.
    05/22/2000
  • 'World's Best' Rights Fair
    "Nobody talks about electronic rights here in the agents center," declared a leading German publisher.
    04/09/2001
  • Hot Deals
    Her agent is Ellen Levine.
    04/05/1999
  • Books as Brands
    Authors and their literary agents might also want to retain those rights.
    10/15/2012
  • It's Good to Be Gernert
    Grisham's longtime agent Jay Garon died in 1995.
    05/16/2005
  • Book Deals: Week of March 11, 2013
    The Days did not use an agent in the deal.
    03/11/2013
  • Hot Deals
    Approaching his former successor, David Gernert, now best known as John Grisham's agent, Gollob wrote a long letter setting out his thoughts on the Bard and the kind of book he wanted to write.
    03/29/1999
  • PW: Hot Deals
    The agent retained movie and audio rights.
    05/22/2000

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